March 16, 2012 Headlines: China and Rare Earths, Industrial Capacity Slows, Unemployment Down, and More
WaPo: We’re running out of money to fund transportation projects.
Bloomberg: Industrial capacity stagnated in February.
AFP: Will new crackdowns on China’s cheating on Rare Earth Metals lead to a trade war?
China Daily: Of course, the Chinese state-run media has a different view of things.
WSJ: Unemployment applications continue to fall.
Bloomberg: Driven by fears of a Eurozone crash, China resumes buying U.S. debt.
WSJ: The Fed will probably raise rates in 2013.
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